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    Wednesday, April 30, 2003


      Noel engaged to Sarah ?




    Online Service Bang is reporting that Rocker Noel Gallagher and girlfriend Sarah MacDonald got engaged during a romantic vacation on the Island of Sicily. Gallagher reportedly "convinced" MacDonald with an expensive ring from Tiffanys valued at 43 000 Swiss Franks. The wedding is to take place in Sarah's homeland of Scotland.
    (Let's wait and see.....)

    Source : 20mins.ch

    Rüpelrocker Noel Gallagher hat sich während romantischen Ferien auf Sizilien mit seiner Freundin Sarah MacDonald verlobt, berichtet der Online-Dienst Bang. Dabei hat Gallagher MacDonald anscheinend mit einem teuren Tiffany-Ring im Wert von 43 000 Franken überzeugt. Die Hochzeit soll in Sarahs Heimat, also in Schottland, stattfinden.




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      Wonderwall tops radio song poll





    Oasis had two songs in the top five .Oasis ballad Wonderwall has been named the best song of the decade in a poll.
    The song, featured on the band's 1995 album (What's The Story?) Morning Glory, won top place above songs from Blur, REM, The Verve and Radiohead.

    The poll was commissioned by UK radio station Virgin to celebrate its tenth anniversary. The second most popular song was The Verve's Bittersweet Symphony.

    Oasis scored three songs in the top 20 list. Don't Look Back in Anger, another of the singles from (What's The Story?) Morning Glory, came in at fourth place after REM's Everybody Hurts. And their Christmas 1994 single, Whatever, came in at number 14. US funk-rock act The Red Hot Chili Peppers also had three songs in the top 20. By the Way, the first single from their eponymous album from last year, took seventh place. Californication was number 13 on the list and Give it Away at number 17. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were just as popular as Oasis. The list was dominated by songs from 'Britpop' groups that became popular during the mid 90s, such as Blur, Radiohead, the Stereophonics and Pulp.

    "There were some great songs to choose from and its no surprise that Oasis ended up with two songs in the top four," said Virgin DJ Pete Mitchell. "They are the definitive British artist of the last 10 years and despite their failings they are still held close to people's hearts." He also said the top five showed that British pop fans were lovers of downbeat, melancholic pop. "It seems to be a reflection of the nation's personality - either that or the fact it rains a lot," he said.

    1 Wonderwall - Oasis
    2 Bittersweet Symphony - The Verve
    3 Everybody Hurts - REM
    4 Don't Look Back in Anger - Oasis
    5 Why Does it Always Rain on Me - Travis
    6 Creep - Radiohead
    7 By the Way - Red Hot Chili Peppers
    8 Parklife - Blur
    9 The Bartender and the Thief - Stereophonics
    10 Trouble - Coldplay
    11 In My Place - Coldplay
    12 Design for Life - Manic Street Preachers
    13 Californication - Red Hot Chili Peppers
    14 Whatever - Oasis
    15 The Day We Caught the Train - Ocean Colour Scene
    16 Last Nite - The Strokes
    17 Give it Away - Red Hot Chili Peppers
    18 Song 2 - Blur
    19 Beautiful Day - U2
    20 Common People - Pulp



    source : BBC




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    Tuesday, April 29, 2003


      Oasis 'wannabes'


    Coachella Festival 2003 [excerpt]:

    Judging by many of the other bands at the festival, music in the last year has somehow inverted itself. On the radio, rappers and R&B stars are insisting that they are just regular people: J-Lo is Jenny from the block, Justin Timberlake is a kid from the 'hood, and they've all still got love for the streets. But on the stage underground rockers, now fully recovered from the self-effacing approach of the alternative rock days, are demanding to be treated like stars. In other words Oasis (which performed at the festival last year) no longer has a monopoly on rampant egotism: arrogance is the new humility

    full article :NY Times



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      "Pink is in "



    One minute he's getting his teeth knocked out by gangsters in a nightclub and now he's going to the opera twice in two weeks — in a pink jacket. Pink is all the craze and who better to model it than wildman rocker Liam Gallagher !

    source: The Sun




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    Friday, April 25, 2003


      Game Over for Oasis



    OASIS will not perform at Manchester City’s Maine Road football ground before the famous venue is bulldozed. It was hoped the band would headline the gig at the stadium on May 11 as part of the fans’ farewell to the ground — the club’s home for the past 80 years.


    But LIAM and NOEL GALLAGHER will not be appearing after failing to agree on details for a 45-minute set. Publicly, Oasis say they were never confirmed to play but sources tell me they were one of the first acts approached by the club. It is thought the band hoped they would be the only act on the bill and pulled out of talks when they realised there would be other acts. These will include DOVES, JOHNNY MARR, THE CULT’s BILLY DUFFY and dance act 808 STATE. Boxing champ RICKY HATTON — a die-hard Blues fan — will also make an appearance. Only fans with tickets to the sell-out last match of the season against Southampton will be able to watch the farewell concert, which follows the big game. A City source said: “Oasis thought they were going to be the only band performing because they are the most famous City fans around. “But after lots of to-ing and fro-ing, Oasis now won’t be appearing. The fans will be disappointed but everything that could be done to get them there has been done.” The Blues are moving to the City of Manchester stadium, which was used as the main venue for last year’s Commonwealth Games.

    source : The Sun



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    Thursday, April 24, 2003


      Liam gets 'hammered'




    LOOKS like Liam Gallagher is up to his old tricks again — larking around and getting hammered.
    But our photos actually prove that the Oasis wildman has turned into a big softie. Liam, 30 — once famed for boozing, fighting and his catchphrase “Mad for it” — enjoyed a family day at the fair with fiancée Nicole Appleton and their 21-month-old son Gene. He roared with laughter as ex-All Saints singer Nicole, 28, was bashed over the head with inflatable hammers by a friend’s child. And he waved to his family like any other doting dad as they enjoyed a rollercoaster ride on Hampstead Heath, North London.
    Last week Liam startled photographers by giving them a cheery wave. He has also been spotted eyeing up garden furniture at the Ideal Home Exhibition.

    source: The Sun



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    Tuesday, April 22, 2003


      Oasis tracks up for Ivor Novello Awards


    Songs performed by Kylie Minogue, Coldplay, Oasis and David Gray have been nominated in this year's Ivor Novello Awards.
    The ceremony, which honours British songwriters, composers and music publishers, will be held at Le Meridien Grosvenor House in London on May 22.
    Two of Kylie's songs, Love At First Sight and In Your Eyes, have been nominated against Liberty X's Just a Little in the Most Performed Work category.
    Oasis' Stop Crying Your Heart Out is competing with Aqualung's Strange and Beautiful and David Gray's The Other Side for the top award, best song musically & lyrically.

    The best contemporary song nominations are Ms Dynamite's It Takes More, The Streets' Weak Become Heroes and Coldplay's In My Place.
    International hit of the year has U2's Electrical Storm, Avril Lavigne's Complicated and Robbie Williams' Feel competing.
    Cathy Dennis, the songwriter responsible for Can't Get You Out of My Head, is nominated this year for writing Pop Idol winner Will Young's Anything Is Possible.
    The Dance Award will be fought out between Shy FX's Shake UR Body, X-Press 2's Lazy and Tim Deluxe's It Just Won't Do.

    source: ananova

    UPDATE

    The New Musical Express called it "nothing but a lachrymose slur through the Big Noel Book of Emotional Cliches", but the Oasis anthem Stop Crying Your Heart Out emerged last night as the favourite to be named song of the year in the Ivor Novello awards.
    Noel Gallagher, the slightly less bellicose of the two brothers in Oasis, won the best songwriter of the year prize in 1995, at the height of the hysteria stirred up by their album (What's The Story) Morning Glory.

    But the glory of picking up possibly the most prestigious prize in songwriting was diluted by Gallagher having to share the nomination with Blur, Oasis's rivals. Blur may not be penning number ones these days, but Gallagher has stiff competition from Aqualung, the cerebral singer-songwriter Matt Hales, and his hit Strange and Beautiful, which was used in a TV advert for the new VW Beetle.


    source: the Guardian






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    Sunday, April 20, 2003


      Noel to sign huge writers deal .




    NOEL GALLAGHER is pocketing a whopping £15million for the rights to his future songs.
    The moneybags Oasis star will spend the Bank Holiday weekend milling over THREE offers.
    Sony, Universal and Warner Chappell all want to sign up the Wonderwall songwriter to a record six-year deal worth around £15million.
    A source at his management company Ignition said: "There's no doubt Noel is one of the biggest writers in the UK by a substantial margin.
    "There is a lot of interest at a very high level and with incredible figures.
    "Like all these things, the deal could take months to finalise but Noel will end up adding a few more zeroes to his bank balance."
    The scramble comes after his previous £10 million deal with one of the bidders, Sony, ran out last month.
    On top of the huge payout, super-rich Noel will pick up another £35 every time one of his songs is played on the radio. But whatever happens, Sony will retain its share of old hits.
    Noel's deal will be the UK's largest ever, eclipsing a previous contract signed by ELTON JOHN and his lyricist BERNIE TAUPIN.
    Champagne Supernova? More like Superwad...

    source: The People / CNS




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      Chris to Liam : "Try shaving between your eyebrows."




    I ALWAYS thought CHRIS MARTIN was a bit of a wimp — but it seems I got it wrong.
    The mild-mannered COLDPLAY frontman has bravely got his own back on OASIS hardman LIAM GALLAGHER for branding him a “nobhead student”.
    Liam took a swipe at Chris and girlfriend GWYNETH PALTROW in a foul-mouthed rant at a charity gig last month — as exclusively revealed by Bizarre, above.
    Chris, who is an avid reader of this column, retaliated at Coldplay’s Earls Court gig on Thursday night by changing the lyrics to their song, Everything’s Not Lost, to poke fun at Liam’s bushy monobrow.
    He sang: “And if you don’t like our songs, Here’s my advice to you, Try shaving between your eyebrows, Hoping everything’s not lost.”
    The pair are now embroiled in a full-blown slanging match.

    At the Teenage Cancer Trust gig last month, Liam said: “Chris shouldn’t be using this cause to bang on about his f*****g views. Him and his gawky bird are just a bunch of nobhead students.”
    A pal of Chris’ said the star was upset by Liam’s rant and had been plotting his revenge.
    The pal said: “Chris sometimes changes lyrics to make statements on stage — and took his chance to have a dig at Liam.”

    source : The Sun




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    Saturday, April 19, 2003


      Live Forever Britpop Documentary out on DVD



    A hilarious documentary affectionately and effectively charting the rise of Britpop from the ashes of the 'Madchester' movement in the early 1990's and how the offshoot 'New Lad' culture affected British society.
    Featuring interviews with Noel and Liam Gallagher , Jarvis Cocker and many more Brit Stars the Disc is only available for region 2 DVD players at the moment.

    Get your copy here :



    source: play.com / CNS




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    Friday, April 18, 2003


      Noel: " I'm just sick of being in a band. "


    Noel Gallagher says he is "sick of being in a band" and says Oasis won't have a new album out until early 2005. Speaking in a recent interview, Gallagher said he planned to take the rest of this year off and most of 2004 in the studio, claiming he was "not in any rush" to release any new material.He told Heat magazine: "I'm just sick of being in a band. It's just work, work, work - lots of it. "I'm that sick of music at the moment, I don't even want to do a f**king solo record. I'm growing out of this pop-star malarkey."
    However, despite his apparent intolerance to the music business, Gallagher revealed he had already written a number of "very good" new tracks.
    "I have recorded a couple of tunes and very good they are too," he said ."I do believe one of them is among the best I've ever written. People I've played it to also think it's one of my best songs." He continued: "It's called 'Stop The Clocks' and it really doesn't sound like anything I've ever written.
    "At the moment it's only an acoustic demo, just me singing it with a guitar so there's a long way to go, but the song itself is fantastic."

    Elsewhere, Gallagher said he was tired of touring, claiming that he'd, "been round the world 15 f**king times" and "seen every single thing there is to see."
    "It doesn't hold any great adventure for me any more," he said. "It's like doing a job, which is why we get so bored. "Usually I can't wait to finish tours because I want to go home and I want to go on holiday. "I'm sure in six months time I'll feel differently and I'll want to go back out on the road again. But as I stand today then I can take it or leave it."
    Finally, when asked how long he thought Oasis would exist, Gallagher was extremely optimistic: "I would have thought until someone dies," he explained. "But, like I say, I don't particularly want to be putting out albums every year and going out on the road. "I don't need the money. I don't need the adulation or the fame. But we'll be going for a long time I would have thought.

    source : dotmusic



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    Wednesday, April 16, 2003


      Stop the Clocks 'on hold'


    As previously reported to you by Live4ever.us a while back [Noel to take a break] Oasis plans to take a break in 2004. Here's NME's old news :


    OASIS fans may have to wait until 2005 for a new album after NOEL GALLAGHER revealed he is planning to take the rest of the year off.The Oasis guitarist said he is tired of touring and being in a band, but said he will try to get into the studio over the next year.

    "We'll take the rest of the year off and the best part of 2004 will probably be spent in the studio, but I'm not in any rush, to be honest, I haven't really talked about a new album yet. So I would have thought at the end of 2004, beginning of 2005. " he told Heat magazine.

    Oasis recently returned from a short European tour after they spent 2002 touring the world promoting their fifth album , 'Heathen Chemistry'. Gallagher said he is not raring to get back on the road.

    "I've been around the world 15 fucking times and I've seen every single thing there is to see. So it doesn't hold any great adventure to me. it's like doing a job, which is why we get so bored."

    Oasis have confirmed they will not be rescheduling cancelled shows from last autumn's U.S. tour. The band has to scrap the shows in Indianapolis, Philadelphia and Boston after Noel Gallagher was involved in a car accident last August.





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    Tuesday, April 15, 2003


      Oasis , U2 and the Eagles in concert ?


    WRINKLY rocker Rod Stewart could be set to return to Belfast, for the biggest outdoor music event ever to take place in the city.
    For the spike-haired singer, who performed at last year's Stormont concert, is among a host of stars being lined up by the BBC for a Music Alive extravaganza, next summer.
    The council has agreed to host the event, culminating in a major concert in the grounds of the City Hall, in May.
    The concert will be relayed live across the world through digital and terrestrial television and radio - with an anticipated audience of over 100 million.
    It will also involve a link-up between Belfast and Dublin, and appearances by U2 and The Corrs.
    "This promises to be one of the most exciting events ever held in Belfast," said one Beeb insider.
    "We're at the full planning stage now, and the profile of artists reads like a Who's Who of the music industry.
    "As well as the main concert, there will be smaller events at other venues throughout the province.
    "Live music will also take place on three additional days, and should meet just about every taste."
    Upwards of 40,000 people are expected to attend the main FREE concert, in the grounds and surroundings of the City Hall.
    The cost of staging the event is estimated at £3m.
    The council has already agreed in principle to put up £100,000, which will help launch its own Summer in the City programme.
    It is understood the BBC snapped up mega-rich Rod, after Sir Paul McCartney announced he would be unavailable, because of prior commitments.
    But, other big names, like Tom Jones, The Eagles and Oasis, are being bandied around in connection with the event.
    One councillor told us: "It should be fantastic, and a memorable occasion for the entire city."

    source : British Telegraph/ CNS



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    Monday, April 14, 2003


      Oasis fans jeopardize Springsteen Gig...


    WORLD renowned concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith is to make a personal appeal to a court to give the go-ahead for the Bruce Springsteen concert at old Trafford cricket ground.Today Mr Goldsmith told the M.E.N of his shock after licensing bosses had refused to sanction the event after neighbours protested about noise and a nuisance threat His live events company, Artist Management Productions Ltd, the firm behind the Springsteen gig, will appeal for a licence for the sell-out 50,000 concert set for May 29.

    Trafford’s licensing bosses refused to sanction the gig after hearing the concerns of residents over noise and crowd problems at previous concerts, particularly Oasis. There were also concerns that it would come 24-hours after the Champions’ League final at Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium nearby.Hundreds of fans have swamped this website to register their protest.

    source : Manchester Online





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    Saturday, April 12, 2003


      Scottish rockers Idlewild belittle Oasis' lyrics




    Before more people start getting the wrong idea, let's set the record straight right here, right now. Scottish rockers, Idlewild — contrary to what you may or may not have heard - are far from being elitist, literary snobs. This, of course, despite the fact that for their (semi-) new album, The Remote Part, they have inscribed in the liner notes the words, "Support Your Local Poet" in plain view for people to read upon immediately opening up their record. Couple this with talk of how Idelwild's thoughtful, image-rich lyrics are portraying the band as some sort of artsy, thinking-man's band and you can understand why the band would feel the need to correct everyone.
    "That was more a kind of a joke," admits guitarist, and newest official member, Allen Stewart. "It's very tongue-in-cheek because of all the literary things and imagery in our songs. Plus we put the poet, Edwin Morgan — who is from Scotland — on the cover of the record."
    The band may downplay the poetry angle all they want, but the truth is, vocalist Roddy Woomble's lyrics offer up far more than simple rhymes. Personal, introspective and often carrying an autobiographical feel to them, an Idlewild song is usually one that is best enjoyed singing along to yourself. The band obviously does pay attention to their lyrics, something that is quickly becoming a dying art.
    "I think a lot of bands don't pay attention to their lyrics," says Stewart. "I know for myself, I tend to listen to both the music and lyrics of a song when I'm listening to different music. Some bands are just lazy with lyrics and take a too simplistic approach. We were just talking about Oasis the other day and how terrible their lyrics are. It's like they're just putting in words for the sake of putting them in. It's really more bemusing than anything. You think of what it is, then, that people look for in music, and why they get into music."
    Finally released in North America almost a year after its release in the U.K., The Remote Part continues where the band's breakthrough album, 2000's 100 Broken Windows, left off. Punchy guitar pop influenced more by R.E.M. and other American indie stalwarts of the mid-to-late-'80s than U.K. heroes, it mixes in more pensive ballads than its predecessor, showing a definite maturation from the band's earlier, more punky days.

    source: Chart Attack



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    Friday, April 11, 2003


      'Dad Ferit'


    After a boring week of tabloids lacking Oasis headlines we finally got some relief. The world's most behaved dad seen here with son on a shopping spree .( Dig the NYC CBGBs punk club T-Shirt......)



    The Sun






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    Friday, April 04, 2003


      Noel interview and 'Bring it on down' MP3 !




    Noel Gallagher recently sat down with a producer of SPIN which can be seen on MTV Germany .

    Hear his thoughts on topics like :

    - Coldplay's Songbird Cover
    - Noel "the genius"
    - Oasis : a mix of Beatles, Stone Roses, and the Sex Pistols ?
    - also live versions of "Bring it on Down" and "Hindu Times" recorded in Munich this March !

    Left Click to stream . Right Click to download ! Noel MP3



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      The Capital Awards



    It's that time of year once again when you get the chance to award your favourite stars of music and sport in The 95.8 Capital FM Awards, in aid of Help a London Child. For the next two weeks you'll be able to vote for your favourite artists of 2002 and then vote for the overall winners, who will be presented with their trophies at a star-studded Capital Awards charity luncheon, hosted by Foxy, on Wednesday 16th April at the Royal Lancaster Hotel. You can vote for London's Favourite Male, Female, Group or Album as well as pick the winners in some of the brand new categories we've introduced this year, including the Rhythm Capital Award for the best dance act and Capital's Urban Soundtrack Award, celebrating London's thriving Urban Music Scene. There will also be a chance to cast your votes via text message live on 95.8 Capital FM. Details of on text voting will be published online nearer the time.

    To vote for your favourite artists including OASIS click here: VOTE

    source: = Capital FM




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    Wednesday, April 02, 2003


      Teenage Cancer Trust Photos


    Royal Albert Hall March 26th 2003





    Photos courtesy of petetownshend.co.uk !




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    Tuesday, April 01, 2003


      Sacked Oasis drummer loses appeal


    Former Oasis drummer Anthony McCarroll has lost his appeal over his sacking from the band.

    He had alleged that lawyers Statham Gill Davies were negligent for bringing about a conflict of interest between Oasis members because the band's October 1993 recording contract with Sony, which the firm negotiated, wrongly favoured Noel and Liam Gallagher.

    He claimed that the firm failed to advise him to seek independent legal advice or to point out that the name "Oasis" was owned by the Gallagher brothers and left him vulnerable to instant dismissal without compensation.

    But, in November last year, High Court judge Mr Justice Gray said that the claim fell outside the six-year legal time limit and granted the firm, which denied negligence, summary judgment.

    Mr McCarroll left the band the year after their debut album, Definitely Maybe, which went to No 1 in 1994.

    Lord Justice Pill, Lord Justice Latham and Mr Justice Morland, in the Court of Appeal in London, dismissed his appeal against the High Court ruling.

    They said that the judge was correct in his conclusions on the 1980 Limitation Act, which says that an action shall not be brought after the expiration of six years from the date on which the cause of action came into existence.

    The appeal judges said that, in Mr McCarroll's case, knowledge of the "basic set of essential facts" was present at such time before the action was begun that his action could be defeated by limitation.

    Mr McCarroll was not in court for the ruling.

    source:ananova




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